I checked and it's not on the list. Nuosu is the language of the Yi people in China, spoken by around 2 million people, mainly in Southern Sichuan and Northern Yunnan, and increasing. Nuosu has its own unique writing system, with around 756 basic glyphs. Nuosu is in the Lolo-Burmese sub-family of Sino-Tibetan.
I personally think that Nuosu and the Yi people are fascinating for their traditions, their incredible dances and costumes, and would love to be able to speak with these amazing people in their own language.
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I cannot see this being added soon. But I'd absolutely love to have it. Thank you for introducing this wonderful language. Maybe someday down the road it'll be available.